Sutthaisawan Pavilion

The National Archives of Thailand1896-12-18/1896-12-18

The Front Palace: Wang Na

The Front Palace: Wang Na
Bangkok, Thailand

View of Sutthaisawan Pavilion from outside of the Grand Palace in Bangkok. Sutthaisawan Pavilion was the High Pavilion of the Grand Palace of the Early Rattanokosin Era, but during the reign of King Rama III, the structure was re-modeled into a "prasat-style" and changed the name from the High Pavilion to Sutthaisawan Pavilion. With the elevation of King Mongkut's brother to the level of a Second Kind, several structures like the High Pavilion were constructed to echo the Sutthaisawan Pavilion in both architecture and function


  • Title: Sutthaisawan Pavilion
  • Creator: The National Archives of Thailand
  • Date Created: 1896-12-18/1896-12-18
  • Location Created: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Type: Photograph
  • Rights: The National Archives of Thailand
  • Medium: Scan image file

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